QUOTE(Mid-Night_Sun @ Jul 11 2008, 09:56 PM) [snapback]3805031[/snapback]
lol oh....that sucks. anything beyond quebec, i think there are a total of 100 people.
Most canadians aren't too fond of quebec anyways
QUOTE(kingofloss @ Jul 11 2008, 10:07 PM) [snapback]3805061[/snapback]
Right now, Alberta's the place to go if you want the dough. I wouldn't mind moving there for a few years and get rich, before moving back to Vancouver or Toronto.
job make more money in alberta than the rest of canada?
QUOTE(ham_let @ Jul 12 2008, 01:57 AM) [snapback]3805374[/snapback]
Are you serious? I have friends from Nfld and they loved it there. They talk about Nfld all the damn time lol, it kinda makes me want to move there.
One of my friends lived in a city with 400 people that was like 8 hours from St. John's and he has nothingbut good stuff to say lol.
Worst is probably Alberta. :/ Great place to make money though. But yeah I know a lot of ethnics, who after becoming rich in Alberta, are itching to leave (with their money).
Did your friend recently happen to move to canada?
QUOTE(Xian @ Jul 12 2008, 04:47 AM) [snapback]3805542[/snapback]
I used to live in Halifax, Nova Scotia. I loved it too lol. It was a rather small community, and as such, the people there seemed a lot more warm, friendly, tight-knit. Innocent too. I guess it's much harder to do that if you're living in a big city like Vancouver or Toronto (especially) though, since things get a lot more complicated and you need to know how to protect yourself. But the majority of the people here aren't bad either. I really do love Vancouver.
Hey im moving to Halifax in the fall. whats good over there?
QUOTE(catman @ Jul 12 2008, 04:56 PM) [snapback]3806121[/snapback]
I live in Fredericton. The Asian community here has grown tremedously over the past two decades. Since it is a University city we have more students than acutal immigrants but some do decide to stay here. From what my Chinese friends tell me the community is well organized.
The fastest growing community here is actually Korean. The NB government has been promoting the province to would-be immigrants in Korea for the past few years. Well over 100 families have moved here in the past 5 years.
They actually have a pretty big chinese group thing in Halifax. Fredericton for being the capital of new brunswick, it isn't that big and diverse as it should be.